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M" u.,..i..,• , hesubject is Progress Is A Chal in. a,mmmay ~m a. Iv lenge. Mrs. Smith is confident ..... lthat much progress has been B~ ~t ~Ak~r For imade in the field of beautific~- ........ r ......... ion, which will continue to be the re el,,h u,.,.. [Special Project this ensuing year. +O +II blltU IvI",L-'YlIII~ She ended her first year as presi- ..... I dent of the West Virginia Garden ~:?~i:!~~ ii'~'!~!~!~:~?~ Club by attending the Nattional i:i;~:::i':i : :::~! Council of S~¢e Garden Clubs at i~!!:~ii:~ New Orleans, at which time i¢ was i:i:i!:i [her pleasure to receive the flo- ~::-~i~:~~.. :: :~' ] wer Show, Conservation and Beau i::~: !i' , tifica~ion Awards for the West ~i:!~! ~!! Virginia Garden Club, Inc. +~:~::~!~i~~i~i~ A luncheon will be served a~ li~ii~i~!~i 12:30 p. m,at the Moose .Lodge ~~~ii!~ and at 2:00 p m Mrs. Herbert H. +++ ........ ++ r ;~?i i~,::: [G eger will lecture on Flower i~::~i ~:+~t rrangemen~. Mrs• Greger is a ~:~.: ~:~ t remdent of+ Rock,He, Md. and ~::~+~+ ~:~!~:~ Ibis been Washington s most vig- i~• ~i [orous and active proponent of ~,~ ......... ~+ ~+; ............ • ......... . ~!:++,:~ . . ~!++++ +:++]flower growing and arranging ++++++++++++ +++ ++ ++++;++:J + ~ :~:~i~~:~ ..... ~::~+~+~;~:~+::~:~: ~:~:+~ While .... also wr, mg "Beauty m' ~: I Flowers , a weekly column in The Sunday Star. i I The expense will be $3.50 for [the whole day and please contazt l your club president or Mrs. Carl I MerCbant or Mrs. George Held- MRS. C. MANNING SMITH /rich for reservations by Septem- Mrs. C: Manning Smith, Presi-t her 28th. The lecture is open to der~t of the West Virginia Garden I the public and will cost $1.50. Club, Inc., will be the honor guest I .. .. ~ . . i mrs ~oromy ~aming ]s on ca- and speaker at the annual Shenan • " • • • • . . cation from her positron at the doah Potomac Dmtrlct meeting, .... Charles Town General Hospital 3, at the Jefferson CuR-land SpoRing it at Wildwood, nlW tbivic uemer at 10:00 a. m. ~r~ew Jersey. oF TOWN & COUNTRY CLOTHIERS W. WASH. ST. -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA, You Buy One of These Famous During Our Offer Ends October 1 Come in now and buy one of these popular circulator models of WARM MORNING Coal Heaters. .. and we'll you a Certificate entitling you to receive a WARM ..... .... MORNING Booster Fan (Model F-8 that regularly sells far $16.95) for just ONE CENT! You simply mail the certificate and one penny to the manufacturer and without delay your Booster Fan will be sent to you, postage prepa d. Install the Booster Fan on your WARM MORNING Coal Heater and enjoy the comfort of forced air circulation, Modol 400 WARM MORNING's best... Lifetime porcelain finish, Imtomatio t~erme- star, large front feed door. Holds 100 Ibs. of coM • .. heats up to 6 room~ America's greatest coal beator fur... only $199.95 Model 500 Model 460 A ceal I~rgaln In • full WARM MORHING'IpOpull~ size quality circulator! budget - priced, medium- Handsoflte cab net with size circulator. Handsome lifetime porcelsia enamel cabinet has lifetime por. finish. Large front feed celain enamel finish, end door. Holds 80 Ibs. of e.oal large front feed door. •.. heats up to 5 rooms. Holds 60 Ibs. Of coal ... Attractively priced at.., hesse op to 4 rooms. only $159.95 only $144.95 Patented 4.Flue Firebrick Construction Only ,9 genuine WARM MORNING ¢osl heater has the+famous~ patented 4-Flue FirebriCk Lining that turns Coal into even- btrrning coke...holds fire up to 48 hours on one fllllns. EASY TERMS To Suit Your Budgetl e' DIAL 725-7068 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I Hehle.Rraifhwaife ] SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS AD' ................... / THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1966 I I Engagement Announced ,estor Turner Mr and Mrs, the North Pavilion Sund~ l (~lenn May and'daughter Melin(iaI ll. Dinner will be se~ed ! i!i!!ili::ii::::~i!i!iiii:~iii:~!ii ~:!:?~:i~:~i:~ii~ii~::i~::~::~i~i:i :~iii~:!ii!ii~i~!!il Susan, Mr and Mrs. Elston Rich-[ with a program of entert~ iiiiiiii~i~~!iiii:iiii ard and children Beverly and] to follow. Members of th~ ii~i~i~i~iii~i~~ii~ii~~i}ii::::~: Jeffery. Mr and Mrs. Ronald Carr ( clan desiring further ! Rebecca Nerhood daughter of !~i:~~~iiii! :~!~ii:::~ and children, Rickie Keith and[ should contact Thurm~ Mr. and Mrs. A. C.'Nerhood 801 !~:~~i!i~i~ ~ii TaRa Ranee and Mr. John May. ] Whitacre at Box 177, Inw! South Samuel Street, Charles ~i:iiiii: :L:i~!ii Guests attended the reunion with[ Va. Town is among 310 new students ~~ii!~~: the family were Mr. D. C. May, I who have been accepted for ad- ~~iii:~ Mrs. Uae Kei~ter, Miss Donna tlow IU w I~ ,= ~=(~ ,= / mission at Randolph-Macon Wo- ~~ii:{:i~ ell, Mrs. Katherine Owens and l U|~ ~J~I~I[UU~ man's College Lynchburg Va. ~/ .... ~:i:~ ii iii:::~ little Kathy of Upper Marlboro, I a -- S/Sgt. anti Mrs. Don R. Munsey i~!'::~:i!!!~ Md. ] "Ix L. and daughters, Sharon Kay and ~~~~ Mrs Buddy Smoot and two l z~tx.~.~ .... Etlis~ Jane returned front Alaska ~jliiiiii~!~!i~!~: children, Mrs Evelyn Grant and |t~ ~ "~ 17/~1 ~ter a three year tour of dutyi ~iii :iii : :i children spent about ten daysl% .... ..... with the air force. While in } :L ~ visiting in Nigara Falls, Canada, | \ ";';";';';' Alaska the Munseys were station- ! ~i::~i:i::i!':!iiii:i! i iiii!il Bufflo New York, West Point[ ~.~ "~ ~ LSALE . ed at the Elmadurff Air Force and points of interest in Phila.,[ ~/~ ",~,~ L~[ ~-~.28 cubi, Base and was tAre during the returning home Sunday. [ ~-:+-'~----~~freezer. eart'h quake in 1963 S/Sgt Mun- ~:i Mrs. Isabelle AlbrigT~t who has[ -..~"+~"+/"+~ +, /~ (~r ~nable. T sey is the son of Mr. and Mrs.I~ been a RaiMent in the Charles[ ~-~/~-~ ~:~2..-~ 8-1-t-pal Fran Man ........ ....................................... - .. k .. sey of War, West Vi.r-] ~ Town General Hospital has re-[ ~lnla Mrs ~rnesun- ~vlunse-- is' ::~ ..... . .... - --'.'."-~---.---- ~"~'~'~'~. " ~. ".". ~" ..= . ~. I ;: ~ turned to ner nome in r~anson/ "~"~'~-'~:- k ~==o= ~ne oaughter ot JvJr. anu lwrs. ........... =... ....... a--+ oll ~¢ ~er friends wish her a/ ,'=-"" a~ ,~o-o,,~ Shirley Nun---f Ranson ~nd the ~ DOKOTII¥ ISKAITIIWAITi5 ,~u a ot ,~ " , , [ " ~ .-~..~_.~. " " " i speefly recovery. "-- + SALE" - ~win sister to Mrs. Justine Huff Mr. and Mrs. James H. Boltz, . ~ / "Yes kids toda~ Just[ ~0~" of Boyce, Virginia. Upon complet- 816 Central avenue, Martinsburg ~ .... ~ .... .*__ T_~_ ] appreciate the old ways~e~con~ ion of their visit wi~h their fam- an:oUn~otrn~heng~ga~m:nt ol~;n~r" yers memo. io Be [ sitting on their lands[~ Tho] ilies S/Sgt. Munsey and family e, t y t a t- / ,co;, ,;1 ;= a; ....... went to Grand Forks, North waite, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U.iJ U...^~.I.A.... O.~.L / ...................... Dokota where he will be stationed Edward H. Braithwaite, to Carl- llCIU 1IO~I31U~II rOiR [ . es.. • s Mr. Wesley May returned to ton Ashton Hehle, Jr~, son of Mr. ,m. .... ~., ....., a+ ...... / ~e ~i~e---AGYe~]SALE: . /his home Thursday after being a!and mrs. t;ariton A. rteme, t;nar- ~. .... .?,,u,,,;,~,?,.=,+y,,~ "~'/ }Re. Seve patient in the Charles Town Gen- les Town, Route 9. unmn w~l De nero. at riager.s-/ Use The Classift+at. Mr+ eral Hospital for three weeks t Miss Braithwaite is a 1965 grad town ttvi~.) mumclpat r'arK in "~8.2-t Mr an}l Mrs. Glenn Maye, Semi ! Rate of Martinsburg High School ~..~.~ ...... ~.~.+.~p..LLL__ nary b treeL naa as tnelr guests =,u J+ c.,v.u~+u .~ .,+ ,~ ,.+ x + i -,u =, over the week-end the litters Telephone Company. mother, Mrs. Katherine Owens' Mr. Hehle is a 1965 graduate and little friend Kathy of Upper of Charles Town High School and Marboro, Md. [is employed by the State Road Jimmy Morison, Jr., has return-1 Commission. ed to West Virginia University, A November wedding is plan- Morgantown, W Va., where he is ined. a second year student, l Mr, and Mrs. William (Bill) Patsy Gran¢ and two MR. And MRS. JOHN PAUL WILT Nunn, Woodbridge, Virginia are Mr. and Mrs. John Waters, Mr. A lovely summer wedding took girl• She wore a short, whi~e the parents of a son, David Way-! and Mrs. Franklin Weller and place in the Lu~theran Church dress of pink and wARe and car- ne, born September 2nd in the'son, Miss Polly Moore, Mr. and I ]~ in Ranson, Thursday, August 25, tied a wAKe basket of rose pet- Fairfax County Hospital and wei- Mrs. Bill Spinks, and Mrs. John ~ge wooc ,at 2 p. m., when Miss Virginia als, which were strewn in the ghing 7½ pounds. William is the: L. Miller and daughter of Shop- Ventilating o. c Shel.ia Moler, daughter of Mr. and path of the bride, ordy son of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley herdstown, f Nunn of Ranson, and a former' Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Nunn of liberal Installed... fOl ealty C Mrs. Philip Moler of Charles Mr. Eric Wilt, cousin of the football player at the C~harles Ranson, Mrs. Justine Huff and Town became the bride of Mr. groom, served as ring bearer. JOhn Paul Wilt, son of Mr. and The best man was Mr. Edward Town High School. Mrs. Nunn is children of Boyce, Virginia and Event Purpose }115. the former Martha Ann Lilly of iMr and Mrs. Frieland Vinson and Mrs. Harry Wilt of Charles Town. Wilt, the groom s brother. UsA- St. Albans, West Virginia.[son Richard Lee of nippon, motor The Rev. Richard Neal per- ers were Mr. Tom Keleh of Mar- lcnncliti, Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. John- ed to Lenore, West Virginia in at Low Cost.. formed the double ring ceremony tinsburg and Michael Brill of ston have returned home from a Mingo County to attend a family ~ before an altar graced with altar Charles Town. visit wi~h their son and his fam- picnic August 21st. A large Rum- t . SALE: va,ses of white gladioli, palms, and The bride's mother wore a ily in New Port News, Virginia. I ber of the Vinson families were cande~bra. White satin ,bows three piece brocade suit of aquaMr. and Mrs. Douglas White[present. marked the family pews and a and v~hRe with white accessories ~hite a4sle cloth was used. and a corsage of white roses. The took their sister-in-law Mrs. MaeI Mr. and Mrs James Morison Mrs. Richard Neal, organist, grooms mother wore a beige Abshire and son Hal to theirI and son Jimmy,'Jefferson Avenue SEE US FOR preser~ted a program of wedding dinner dress wi,th beige and white home in Ft. Bragg, North Car-I have returned from a vacation, music consisting of "Adaremue accessories and a vthite orchid olina over the Labor Day weekend visiting relatives in Metter Geor- Ranges - Washers I . ' . Te," "Thanks be to God," "Ira- Following the ceremony a re- Mr. and Mrs. Blaze Mule and.gla and also spent several day.s in Radios - Refrigerators promptu," Avia in F Major" and ception was held in the Rib Room daughter, Julia, have returned to Daytona Beach, Florida. "O Perfect Love•" of the Turf Diner. The bride's their home in Morrisville, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Joel A. McCauley ---Televisions .... Given in marriage by her table was centered wi*~h a five- after spending the holiday week- California left Dulles Airport by Electrical Appliances father, the bride wore a full tier wedding cake. Dainty sand- end with Mrs. Helen E. Johnson Jet on September 5 after spend- and her brother Mr. Edward F. ing seventeen days with the for- ' leng~hsoftly goWnbelled of skirt.fashi°nThesatinbodiceWith punchWiCheS'wereC°°kieS'servednUtS'frommintSa tableand Brown 110 SuCh George Stre~` mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will- bolero with simple ring neckline set with candelabra and palms !n Ranson. This was the first visi,t ard McCauley of Ranson. Before was Chamilly lace and featured to complete the setting. Mulesln JefferSOnwere quiteC°un~Yimpressedand withthe ! coming, spent a weekt° W.~inVirginiacanadathewithcOupleMrs. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR-CERTIFIED long, tapered sleeves terminating The wedding cake was cu,t and the courtesy shown them by the McCauleys family and friends. DIAL 725-5516 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. in points at the wrist, with tiny served by Mrs. William Moler, local Charles Town Police in dir- Points of visit on the air tour bows in lJhe back. She wore an aunt of the bride. Mrs. Victor elbow-length veil of illusion, held Espinosa, Mrs. Howard Wilt and coting them to Ranson. They through Canada were Vancover, were also. impressed to hear the B. C. Winnepeg, Manit~hia, Font by a crown of sequins and pearls Miss Lana Marcus presided at loca,1 Radio Station give the locat- William and Toranto, Or~tario. and carried a bouquet of white the punch bowls. Mrs• Charles ions of the fires, to assist the During their stay in W. Va. along rose buds• Her only jewelry was Marcus presided over the gift local firemen, with Mr. and Mrs. Wfllard Me- n pearl necl6ace, a gif~ from the t~ble. Mrs..Elsie May and Mrs. Har- Cauley the couple to urned Jeffer- groom. The bride, a graduate of Char- riot Perks and son Peter spent son County, WaShington, D. C., Mrs. Sue McCormick, friend of les Town High School, will enter Thursday morning in Martinsburg Virginia and spent three days in the bride, served as matron of Shepherd College this fall. honor. Her street length frock The groom, also a graduate of visiting their aunt, Miss Esther the sun and surf at Virginia Dunn, West King Street. Miss Beach, Va. On Sunday August 28 was apricot, wifh scooped neck-I Charles Town High School, at- Dunn has not been too well for the MeCauleys attended a family IF ITS I~UAtlIY YOURE t00KIN6 FOR line and the belled skirt was de-]tended Shepherd College and is some time and would like very reunion at McIntyre Park in Char tailed with so¢~t pleats. She wore l now serving in the Army. much to hear from her friends, l~tesville, Virginia in honor of o o c DO o o o ma~ching accessories and carried[ Leaving by auto, for a wedding R.E. (Speed) Moreland, Cha- Joel and Eleanor• Joel is a career o a bouquet of tangerine carnat-[ trip to Niagra Falls, the bride rles Town is a patient in the New Navy man with more than ten o ions. wore a pink sui~ with pink and ton D. Baker Hospital. He had the years of service and is stationedo o o o o Miss Connie Moler, cousin of white accessories and a corsage misfortune Monday to be kicked on a sea going tug at San Fran- o the bride and Mrs. Edward Wilt, of white roses, by a horse which broke his leg. eiseo. Eleanor is employed at o sister-indaw of the groom, served Prior to her marriage Mrs. Mrs. Brenda Clem, who has Montgomery Wards in Richmond, o as bridesmzids and wore dresses Wilt was entertained a,~ a sur- been residing wRh her parents, where the couple reside. Mr. and o and accessories styled identical to prise miscellaneous shower on Mr. and Mrs. George R. S~aubs, Mrs. Richard McCauley and dau- the honor attendan,t in powder Augu,st 10 by Mrs. Sue McCor- Maple Avenue left Monday even- ghter Shelly Ann of Arlington, blue Each carried a bouquet of mick and Mrs. Cindy Wilt, and ing for Frankfurt Germany, Va. spent several wee-ends with vthi~te cara,~tions, trimmed with on August 15 by Mrs. Victor where she will join her husband the family in Ranson and also blue. Espinosa. A bachelor party was Put: Ralph M. Clem, Jr., who is attended the reunion in Char- Little Miss Barbara Ann Wilt, held for the groom in his home stationed ~t Fleigehorst Army lottesville, Va. niece of the groom, was flower by Edward Wilt. Base near Frankfurt. Mrs. Clem Mrs. Mable Perks, wife of Clar- " flew by Pan American Jet-Clipper ence Perks was the eldest of the i from Dulles Airport. She was Perks ~amily present at the Perks i accompanied to the airport by her reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perks had only two children, Mr. Robert Rutherford and her mot-' Wi.l, li~m Perks and Mrs. Elsie ' her. I May, Mr. and Mrs. William Perks • Those enjoying a picnic MondayI and sons, Bobby and Peter, Mrs. • t the home of Mrs. ,C. N. Dorsey Elsie May and five children were were, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Smoat all present at the Perks reunion. I and two ~h41dren, Mr. and Mrs. Al, so attending were Mr. and Mrs. line eans lme or When the children start off to school, it's prime time to join the PTA. And in this school year, PTA's throughout the country are mov- ing forward on programs that seek to involve all parents--and other adults interested in chil- dren's welfare---in ever better education, health and opportu- nity for all children. "Never in its history has the PTA been more necessary to the well-being of children and our nation," says Mrs. Jennelle Moorhead, of Eugene, Ore., Na- tional PTA president. "Never have we had so rich an opportu- nity to move the nation to great decisions, for ideas that the PTA has promoted for years have come into their own." Its goal of making preschool education available to all chil- dren, for example, is winning broad acceptance. Increasingly, too, educators realize the impor- tance of involving parents in their children's education, something long advocated by the PTA. This year, the PTA plans to experiment with new methods of reaching the non-participating parents---the working mother, the parent-without-partner, the rest. dents of urban slums or depressed rural areas. New programs, too, will deal with children's health [ mfety and education. It's off to school for Jeanette and Michael R~-7~ they're first and second graders at Nettelhorst School m Chicago--and back to the PTA for Mrs. Robert W. Ryan, like millions of other Americans, a participant in PTA programs for chil- dren. Their message: It's Prime Time To Join! One such project, undertaken in cooperation with the U. S. Public Health Service, will at- tempt to discourage 7th and 8th graders from starting to smoke cigarettes. On other subjects, as well, the PTA has a full schedule of "crit- ic~ issues" ripe for action. Membership in the PTA, of cOurse, is open to any parent or i teacher or school administrator --indeed, to all who are inter- ested in children and willing to uphold the Objects of the PTA. Membership dues vary among lo- cal units and state branches of the National PTA, but only ten cents of each membership fee goes to the National Offlce, in Chicago, for maintaining the or- ganization and providing the services that enable PTA's to function effectively and serve children be~t. The PTA Magazine, official publication of the organization, has scheduled three continuing series of articles dealing with school education, family life, and community services and intended to foster "better lives for all chil- dren.'~ "Your Own Project Head Start" is one subject in the pre- school series, of interest primarily to parents of young children. The common blocks to learning in ele- mentary school are scheduled for discussion in another article; and experts will also survey, for PTA Magazine readers, the problem areas of sex education and teen- age drinking and use of drugs. For every parent, Mrs. Moor- head emphasized, "the PTA has an ideal assignment--to work i with men and women who share your concern for children and youth, to plan and initiate new projects, to enjoy a better under- standing of yourself and your family, to take pride in working in an organization of national renown and international reputa- tion." Membership enrollment con- tinues throughout the school :year. But for parents who want to accomplish the most possible for their children, starting-to- school time is "prime time" to join the FrA, SOLID AND PRINTED EASY-CARE COTTONS AND BLENDED FABRICS First quality and irregular cottons, Avril . and-cotton .bIends. Osnaburgs, hopsackings. Solid-color broadcloths and drip-dry prints. 36" to wide in 1 to 10-yard lengths. IN CHARLES TOWN